AGGRESSIVE, EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION

Attorney Craig W. Drummond interviewed as an expert commentator by Fox 5 News on February 15, 2016 for his input related to the recent arrest and criminal charges pending against rancher Cliven Bundy in Federal Court in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Lawsuit filed by Ms. Liziane Gutierrez against singer Chris Brown in Clark County District Court on February 10, 2016 related to an interaction with Mr. Brown and his representatives at the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas. Mr. Drummond released a brief statement on behalf of Ms. Gutierrez upon inquiry from the media about the lawsuit: “Given the unfortunate circumstances of January 2, 2016 and the statements by Mr. Brown and others, Ms. Gutierrez has chosen to protect her rights through the civil justice process. Ms. Gutierrez looks forward to presenting all of the facts and circumstances of January 2, 2016 in a court of law.”
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Attorney Craig Drummond retained by Ms. Liziane Gutierrez for an incident related to singer Chris Brown and his security at the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.
“Attorney Craig Drummond Retained by Ms. Liziane Gutierrez”
January 7, 2016-Interview on TMZ Live
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The Clark County Bar Association, Nevada, requested that attorney Craig W. Drummond present a continuing legal education course [CLE] on September 11, 2015 regarding “Representing U.S. Military Members in Nevada Courts.” The Clark County Bar Association is a non-profit voluntary organization focused on professionalism for attorneys, judges, legal assistants, legal secretaries and law school students concentrated in Southern Nevada. “Nevada Attorney Craig Drummond to Present CLE Seminar about Representing U.S. Military Members”
July 13, 2015-Clark County Bar Association
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All charges DROPPED against a Drummond Law Firm military client. On June 5, 2015, the U.S. Air Force dropped all charges against a Drone Sensor Operator at Creech Air Force Base after retaining the Drummond Law Firm to aggressively fight and defend against the criminal charges. The servicemember will receive no criminal conviction whatsoever as a result of the case.
“Charges Dropped Against Drone Sensor Operator with PTSD.”
June 5, 2015- Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Drummond Law Firm represents U.S. Air Force drone pilot in contested high profile pre-trial confinement matters under the Uniform Code of Military Justice [UCMJ] and seeks intervention by the civilian Federal U.S. District Court.
“Lawyer seeks drone sensor operator’s release from Nellis jail”
April 19, 2015 – Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Attorney Craig W. Drummond appointed as the Hearing Officer for the public fact-finding review that occurred on May 1, 2015 in the death of Mimi Goldberg by law enforcement. Presiding Officers are selected by the County Manager from lists approved by the County Commission to preside over the Police Fatality Public-Fact Finding Review process.
“Police Fatality Public Fact-finding Review of Goldberg Death to be Held Friday”
April 28th, 2015-Clark County Nevada
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Craig W. Drummond cross-examines undercover agent in Federal Vagos motorcycle club case about whether his client was intoxicated when government agents first approached him about engaging in criminal activity.
“Defense lawyers: Vagos leader drunk when approached for deal by undercover agent
November 6, 2014 – Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Drummond Law Firm Client accepts favorable Plea Offer in high profile limousine racketeering case. Client denies any involvement in other aspects of the company’s criminal dealings and this was uncontested by Federal Prosecutors at the time of the Guilty Plea.
“Limo company aides plead guilty in federal racketeering case”
July 7, 2014 – Las Vegas Review-Journal
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“Nevada Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Drummond Law Firm Clients”
In a case briefed and argued by Mr. Drummond, on November 7, 2013, the Court issued the landmark decision in Humphries v. New York-New York Hotel & Casino, 129 Nev., Adv. Op. 85 (Nov. 7, 2013) clarifying that in a negligent security case an injured patron does not have to sue the intentional actor who attacked or injured them, but can instead file suit against the negligent property/bar/casino for their actions in not having reasonable and appropriate security to protect their patrons.
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